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Friday, August 26, 2011

The View from " Up Here "

Last time my sister and I were on Maui,

We had the heavenly experience of visiting Ali`i Kula Lavender.

I was not only mezmerized by the lavender,

but the generous amount of hydrangeas as well.

When I think of " Hawaii " I really do not picture hydrangeas and lavender.

So at the time it was a wonderful suprise to see.

As I have said in a previous post. . .

As well as to my sister when we were there,

If I get to choose what my " heaven " will look like it will be just like this.


Nana's Nuggets said...

Hi! Mo~ Love your Blog! It is simply beautiful! I just know that it will soothe my spirit every time I visit! and the little tags that you share are simply adorable! Looking forward to future posts, I found you through a new bloggy friend!! thanks! Have a Blessed Day:)

Plush Possum Studio said...

Oh, Mo! Those hydrangeas are so full and lush!
And I can just imagine the scent wafting everywhere of those flowers you've so touchingly depicted here.
Lovely post.
It always makes me feel good, coming by.......

Chatty Crone said...

Those are so pretty and colorful.

rosarod said...

Hello Mo, beautiful photos! I find the analogy to the path that would lead to heaven, we know not only what the Bible says, and I feel like it (just me) that just might be the path to go to reach our heavenly home, the flowers in all their vast demonstrations , declare the love of a perfect God who has provided them for our delight! When you look, something happens inside you. Thank you, that you always have something nice for others, Greetings, Rose Marie

Anonymous said...

Oh, dear Mo, the lavendar and hydrangeas together do, indeed, look quite heavenly.You are so blessed to have traveled many times to Hawaii. It sounds glorious. Thanks for sharing. Susan from writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com